[Coco] Re: Thoughts about going back to school full time.
gene.heskett at verizon.net
Fri Dec 9 11:38:05 EST 2005
On Friday 09 December 2005 11:33, jdaggett at gate.net wrote:
>The professor that I h ad for Communications was his fisrt semister
>teaching undergraduate classes. He taught the course as if we were
>graduate students. Having worked as an engineering tech in
>communications and an amatuer radio operator, I never worked so
>hard in a subject that I knew something about. I got the second
>highest grade on the midterm, 67. The lowest was a 12.
>Working on my BSEE, the class in Analysis of Linear Systems was
>the toughest. We started with 66 the first day. Only 33 finished the
>class and of that 15 made a C or better. There was only one A of
Having 40 years in broadcast engineering at the dirty hands level, I'd
like to think I would do ok, at least until he trotted out Shannons
Laws. I know what they say, but never had to apply them to a TI-35x.
>On 8 Dec 2005 at 15:06, Jim Cox wrote:
>From: "Jim Cox" <jimcox at miba51.com>
>Subject: Re: [Coco] Re: Thoughts about going back to school
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>> Hey Guys:
>> Can I ask a big favor? If you are talking aobut guns, or
>> NJ cops or something other than my original questions,
>> please change the subject to something like "Packing
>> Heat"? I've been trying to keep up with the "Re: Thoughts
>> about going back to school full time." thoughts because I
>> started that thread and have a vested interest in finding
>> a solution or at least getting some info that will be
>> After finals last night, I am beginning to wonder if I
>> would be better off sorting bananas at Safeway so I have
>> the mental cycles to play with electronics when I get
>> home. Thanks again. Cheers!
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